Cleveland Indians: Wahoo’s on First on the (Internet) Radio

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Oct 27, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; The Cleveland Indians during a work out day before game three of the 2016 World Series at Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 27, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; The Cleveland Indians during a work out day before game three of the 2016 World Series at Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports /
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Wahoo’s on First co-expert Steven Kubitza recently appeared on the Open Mike show to talk Cleveland Indians before tonight’s Game 3.

A day off from World Series play has given the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs a much-needed day of rest, while it has given the media time to speculate as to what will happen in the coming week.

In what is being described as a year of destiny for the Cubs, the Indians are just looking to play solid baseball and pick up three more wins, even if it breaks the heart of the nation.

We here at Wahoo’s on First have been sharing our thoughts in writing, but we also decided to give the radio a try. Internet radio, that is.

Steven Kubitza, site co-expert and currently writing this post in the third person, appeared on the Open Mike show, hosted by Michael Cohen. The two talked about the Indians and the Cubs as the series heads to Wrigley Field for the first time since 1945.

The show covers everything from how the teams copied each other in their respective wins in the series, while also looking at the potential breakout players for both teams this weekend in Chicago.

While the focus on the national broadcast of the game is going to heavily focus on the Cubs and the return of Kyle Schwarber, the Indians will be in good hands with Josh Tomlin on the mound. Carlos Santana will also be in left field, so there’s that if you need some extra stress added to your day.

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So while you wait for first pitch and pretend to work today, be sure to check out the radio spot. If you like an authentic, nasally Great Lakes accent this is the show for you.

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